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Richell Marquess

M.S. Student

 

     Department of Entomology
     Minnie Belle Heep Building, Rm 507a
     Texas A&M University
     College Station, TX 77843-2475

 

     Phone: (979) 845-0350
     Fax: (979) 845-6305
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I am a Masters student who recently received my B.S. in Biology from Montana State University-Billings. While at MSU-B I did research investigating the ecological reproductive investment theory by examining the effects of temperature and food availability on the reproductive efforts of female Blaberus atropos cockroaches. I also assisted with several experiments looking at the ecology of both northern scorpions and short-horned lizards. I am interested both entomology as a whole and more specifically how insects adapt to variation in their environment, particularly as it relates to their life history and trade-off decisions.

B.S. in Biology (Montana State University-Billings, 2014)

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